For Emergency Call
Agnes Scott Police 404-471-6900 (Columbia direct line). The CTS community is encouraged to save this number to their cell phone.
e2campus Notification System
CTS has adopted the emergency notification system powered by e2Campus. This system enables CTS Administration and Agnes Scott Police to send instant alerts directly to registered subscribers’ campus email, personal email, home, office or mobile phone. These alerts are simultaneously sent to CTS’ Facebook and Twitter accounts.
CTS email addresses of all faculty, staff and current students have been preloaded to the system as the default method of contact. Once you sign-in and complete your profile, the system will also send alerts to your personal email and cell phone with information about emergencies.
The system will only be used to communicate emergencies such as severe weather warning, gas leak, fire, bomb threat, crime watch, boil-water advisory, or campus closings. Depending on your personal cell phone plan, there may be a nominal fee from your carrier to receive text messages, but there is no charge from the school to use the service.
CTS Administration and Agnes Scott Police are urging the entire campus community to update their profile. Although e2Campus is an excellent system that can notify the entire campus within minutes, it only works if you take a minute to update your contact information in the system.
How to update your e2Campus profile:
Select: “Forgot Username?” (Do not “Create New Account”)
Enter your CTS campus email address
e2Campus will email your Username (to your CTS account). Click on “Return to Log-in”.
The default password is “password” (or, select “Forgot Password?”)
Login and update your profile. Select Account to change your password and Services to add text messaging, additional email addresses, and voice calls.
CAMPUS SAFETY REPORT
In accordance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act (P.L. 101-542), Columbia Theological Seminary is required to disclose campus security policy and campus crime statistics annually to all current students and employees and to any prospective students/employees upon request. The intent of this federal legislation is to promote awareness and to encourage responsible action in making the Seminary a safer place. Download Report Here.
DRUG PREVENTION PROGRAM
Columbia Theological Seminary is committed to the health and well being of the members of our community. In the spirit of this commitment and in compliance with the United States Department of Educations’ Drug Prevention Program, this policy statement regarding controlled substances is being issued for all faculty, staff and students. Download Document Here.
FIRE SAFETY POLICY
Columbia Theological Seminary is committed to providing a fire‐safe environment for the faculty, staff, students and visitors, and to protecting its property through an effective fire prevention, protection, preparedness and response program. The following policies are in effect to assist the campus community in working together to maintain an environment that reduces the risk of fire hazards. Download Document Here.
The purpose of this policy is to establish procedures for Columbia Theological Seminary, to respond to and assist with reports of missing students as required under the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008. This policy applies to students who reside on campus and are deemed missing or absent from the seminary for a period of more than 24 hours without any known reason or which may be contrary to usual patterns of behavior. Download Document Here.